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FTC plans crackdown on 'Do Not Call' violators

Agency has already lodged nearly $7.7 million in civil penalties.

Far Right Revolt?

It's not clear yet whether religious and social conservatives would desert the GOP for a third-party candidate if Rudy Giuliani wins the Republican nomination.

Congress readies measure to keep government open until Dec. 14

As a fallback, agencies have been instructed to plan as if Congress will eventually pass a continuing resolution running through Feb. 15.

Senate leader urges caution on VA nominee

Harry Reid says senators should wait until hearings to make decision on retired Army Lt. Gen. James Peake.

Video: A Feel For Numbers

A video report on the uses -- and abuses -- of data in the fight against terrorism.

Pentagon honors leaders of disabled veterans contracting program

Award winners include eight businesses, six Defense acquisition officials and five prime contractors.

Goal-setting, training called keys to telework

Agencies urged to view telework as an organizational tool, not a reward for high-performing employees.

House, Senate negotiators seal deal on Defense spending measure

Conference report includes continuing resolution providing stopgap funding for all other federal agencies through Dec. 14.

Report seeks ‘smart power’ overhaul of federal operations

Think tank urges restructuring of civilian agencies to better promote U.S. interests abroad.

Earmarks are sticking point in intelligence bill

Funding for classified satellite programs also remains an issue for Republicans.